Fuck Atrophy Pronunciation....is this the correct spelling in Canada?

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    Sep 24, 2012 2:36 AM GMT
    Cemetary ... for the place where graves are.
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    Sep 24, 2012 2:41 AM GMT
    Google says no. And here are a couple of Canadian related businesses that spell it as "cemetery"..

    http://www.westerncemetery.com/
    http://www.cfcsupply.com/
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    Sep 24, 2012 2:44 AM GMT
    Then there's a whole lot of crappy-ass spellers in Canada...I see cemetary all the time on sites up there. And my third cousin spells it cemetary consistently. I began to wonder.

    Dont they teach you all the mnemonic in like 2nd grade....you say "eeeee" as you go by the cemetery.
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    Sep 24, 2012 8:10 AM GMT
    Americans are SO biased against the letter "u" icon_razz.gif
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    Sep 24, 2012 11:18 AM GMT
    yourname2000 said
    Caslon21000 saidDont they teach you all the mnemonic in like 2nd grade....you say "eeeee" as you go by the cemetery.
    Wait...you remember the 2nd grade? Really? YOU do? icon_eek.gif Wow.

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    Which one are you? icon_razz.gif

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    Oh HAHAHAHAHA. I get it.

    I bet you all can spell all 200 of your words for snow perfectly tho.
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    Sep 24, 2012 11:29 AM GMT
    Actually, funning aside
    We have one word for snow
    "snow". In French we say "neige"

    In Inuktitut there are different words to describes the severity or qualities of it but it is (I have been told by an Inuk) a myth that there are 200 words for it. They just have adjectives like we do.
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    Sep 24, 2012 12:11 PM GMT
    Oh maybe it's your 200 words for "waiting in the emergency room to get treated" is what I'm thinking of.